It’s early evening. The evening holds such possibility.
Which way to turn? Which door to open?
I have picked a couple gallons of green beans in the garden the last two days. Should one can dilly beans? Blanch and freeze them? Eat them until green beans grow out your ears?
We’ve been eating out far too much lately, considering the amount of vegetables ripening in the garden. The most delicate delicious cucumbers! Amazing cilantro. Fresh healthy hearty kale. The tiniest baby carrots. Crunchy second-crop lettuce. A harvest of onions. Sweeping green onions. The richest of basil leaves.
The above photo comes to you from Joey’s Seafood Restaurant in Houghton circa Saturday afternoon. We drove the ’49 Studebaker truck up there this weekend to pick up Barry’s 1976 24-foot hard-top Sea Ray boat. It’ s been at the fiberglass doctor for about a year now.
We drove up to Houghton twice during the weekend. I won’t go into particulars except to say we ate out twice. The first photo comes to you from the door of Joey’s Seafood Restaurant.
We peered across the street to the windows of the building reflecting bricks from across the street. I stared, mesmerized, before abandoning my delicious baked haddock to run outside and snap a photo. And then snap another photo of the front door handle.
See our reflected Studebaker in the photo? Before we picked up the boat. Just wanted to let you know we made it home safely. The boat may not see the waters of Lake Superior for another year or so (now comes the interior repair) , but the first stage of repair is completed.
Anyone want a boat ride in–say–2013?